42 things that MOTIVATE and INSPIRE me on my 42nd birthday!

  I am often asked about the process I use to choose topics for my blog and each week’s radio show. My answer has always been the same; I just look for the inspiring and teachable point of view in everything I’m given the opportunity to experience and see. This week’s thought is a quick Read More

Your Mind – Your Battlefield

  Most of us will never encounter an actual battlefield. That’s a good thing. However, if you were told that you would have to go to battle, after you recuperate from your anxiety attack about that, I’m guessing you’d want to go prepared. Right? If you could choose your weapons for battle, I’d bet you would Read More

My Top 10 Observations of 2014

  1. The Rise of the Smart Watch When I was child, I loved sifting through the Sunday newspaper. I wasn’t really concerned with the news, but rather the comic strips buried in the middle of all the sales ads, included with the Sunday paper. One of my favorite comic strips was Dick Tracy. Dick Read More

Lions, Tigers and Ebola…Oh My!

  It’s almost impossible to read the paper, look at the news or scroll through a newsfeed with seeing something about the spreading Ebola epidemic. It’s also fascinating to watch the way the media chooses to cover the stories we hear surrounding this virus! Since I’ve encountered the first bit of information about the unfortunate Read More

Eyes, Fingers and Toes!

  When was the last time you looked down at your feet and thought to yourself, I’m thankful for my toes? wiggle…wiggle… Oh…you’re at work? Can’t see your feet? Well, when was the last time you looked at your hands and thought to yourself, I’m thankful for my fingers? flutter…flutter… Or…when was the last time Read More

Linal Harris blog interview on WVON 1690 AM PWithers Experience

This past Sunday evening I had the privilege of being interviewed on WVON 1690 AM – Talk of Chicago Radio, on the PWither Experience Show. I have provided a link to the recording of the show below for your listening pleasure and convenience.  Please check the interview out and let me know what you think. Read More

Never let anyone tell to you what you cannot do!

I recently received a call from a friend who was terribly upset about a conversation she had with an esteemed and long time mentor. During the conversation with her mentor, she revealed one of her deep aspirations, to which her mentor responded, “You can’t do that!” After listening to my friend vent her frustrations I calmly Read More